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Installing WordPress plugins is a simple process done in a few minutes. First, log into your WordPress site and navigate to the Plugin section of your dashboard. Click the “Add New” button from the top and type the name of the plugin you want to install into the search bar.

Once you’ve located the plugin you want, click on the Install Now button. WordPress can download it and install the plugin for you. Once the install process is complete, click on the Activate Plugin link to activate the plugin on your site.
And that’s it! You’ve now successfully installed a WordPress plugin.

Uninstalling a WordPress plugin is a relatively simple process. First, you’ll want to deactivate the plugin in question. To do this, you can either go to the Plugins page in your WordPress dashboard, select a plugin to deactivate it and then delete it from there. Also, you can delete the plugin’s folder from your WordPress site’s wp-content/plugins.

Updating plugins manually in WordPress can be a bit tricky. Still, it’s a process you’ll eventually have to do if you want to keep your site running smoothly. Here are the steps to go through: First, deactivate the plugin you want to update. To do that, Go to the “Plugins” page in the WordPress admin area and click on the “Deactivate” link next to the plugin name. Next, delete the old plugin files from your server. You can do it using FTP or through your hosting control panel.

Now, upload the new plugin version files to your wp-content/plugin directory. Use the FTP method or your hosting control panel for the upload process. Finally, activate the latest plugin version from the “Plugins” page in the WordPress admin area. That’s it! You’ve successfully updated a plugin manually in WordPress. Of course, this process can be tedious if you have to do it often.